RIM app store now offers over 90,000 apps.
BlackBerry App World is only just three years old, and passed the 2m download milestone at the start of the year.
More precisely it took 786 days to reach the one billion mark, 210 days to reach two billion, and only 176 days to reach the three billion number.
That represents pretty smart progress for a platform that's supposed to be on its uppers.
The store is currently supporting 2.5 million downloads a day, and has over 28,000 vendors offering more than 90,000 applications now up for sale.
It's all relative, of course. iOS has passed 30bn downloads, and Android is closing in on the same milestone. Meanwhile Windows Marketplace has not disclosed app totals, but is known to offer 100,000 products.
BlackBerry blogged: "While we’re very proud of the work that has gone into BlackBerry App World, we’re especially appreciative of the tens of thousands of developers that have and continue to create apps for the BlackBerry platform."